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19 March 2011

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Running rapidly out of things to be nostalgic about.

Nostalgia? Huh????

Not nostalgia, but history. Shocking that at least one of these buses hasn't made it into a museum somewhere. Some might not want to remember, but this should be. Thanks for posting this....

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